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Full text of "Iatrian : the 1984 yearbook of the Medical College of Pennsylvania"

lis book is dedicated to those who have nurtured in us the qualities and strength to 

pursue our dreams. 

"Never one thing and seldom one person can 
make for a success. It takes a number of them 
merging into one perfect whole." 

Marie Dressier 





1984 IATRIAN 
vledical College of Pennsylvania 



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Table of Contents 




Administration and Faculty 17 

Housestaff 49 

Underclassmen and Graduate Students 69 

Seniors 81 

Honored Patrons 206 



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Administration 














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Alton Sutnick, M.D. 

Senior Vice President and Dean 



Maurice Clifford, M.D. 
President 




Gerald Escovitz, M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean 



Mary Ellen Hartman, M.D. 
Senior Associate Dean 



Andrew Beasley, Sc.D. 

Associate Dean for Student Affairs 



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Marilyn Appel, D.Ed. 
Assistant Dean 



Cynthia Palfi 

Director of Financial Aid 



Patricia Loser 
Registrar 



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Many Thanks 




Sandy Kahny 



Denise Lamlin and Fran Maguire 



Marlene Jefferson 




Orma Wildgrube 



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Norma Ciambella 



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Anatomy 




Arnold Smolen, Ph.D. 



Michael Goldberger, Ph.D. 




Leonard Ross, Ph.D., Chairman 



Janet Smith, Ph.D. 




Marion Murray, Ph.D. 





E. Hazel Murphy, Ph.D. 



Rhea Levine, Ph.D. 



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Microbiology 




Page Morahan, Ph.D., Chairman 



Clifton Ogburn, Ph.D. 




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Ralph Knight, Ph.D. 



Richard Gilpin, Ph.D. 



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iDonna Murasko, Ph.D. 



John Bozzola, Ph.D. 



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Community and 
Preventive Medicine 




Adele Kaplan, M.A. 



Eddy Bresnitz, M.D. 



Jerry Zaslow, M.D., J.D. 



Physiology and 
Biochemistry 



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Frederick DeMartinis, Ph.D. 



Julian Marsh, M.D., Chairman 



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Sissel Lund-Katz, Ph.D. 



Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. 



George Rothblat, Ph.D. 




Jane Glick, Ph.D. 



George Chacko, Ph.D. 



Nancy Berman, Ph.D. 



Paul Rapp, Ph.D. 




Irwin Zimmerman, Ph.D. 



Thomas Tulenko, Ph.D. 



Michael Phillips, M.D. 



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Benjamin Weiss, Ph.D. 



Jay Roberts, Ph.D., Chairman 




Claire Lathers, Ph.D. 



Charles Puglia, Ph.D. 



Gerald Kelliher, Ph.D. 




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Paula Goldberg, Ph.D 



Kenny Simansky, Ph.D. 



Louise Greenberg, Ph.D. 



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Pathology 



Joseph Leighton, M.D., Chairman 



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Nabil Abaza, D.M.D., Ph.D. 




David Sawhill, M.D. 




Vanlila Swami, M.D. 




Sunder Mansukhani, M.D. 





Gulnar Balsara, M.D. 



Jalal Mobini, M.D. 




William Johnson, M.D. 



Theodore Krouse, M.D 



Raymond Mark, M.D. 



Pasha Agarwal, M.D. 



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Anesthesia 




Athole Jacobi, M.D., Chairman 




Hrant Stone, M.D. 



Shirley Bloom, M.D. 



Bernard Mayer, M.D. 




Doris Gallagher, M.D. 



Marietta Galvez, M.D. 



Nieves de Castro, M.D. 



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James Bassett, M.D. 
Chairman 



H. Warren Goldman, M.D. 
Neurosurgery, Chief 



Donald Cooper, M.D. 

Vice President & Assoc. Dean for Clinical Affairs 





Marian McNamara, M.D. 
Vascular Surgery, Chief 



Robert Wolfson, M.D. 
Otolaryngology, Chief 




Lester Karafin, M.D. 
Urology, Chief 



James Finnegan, M.D. 
Cardiothoracic Surgery, Chief 



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Jonathan Rhoads, Jr., M.D. 



Pamela Scott, M.D. 



Sariel Ablaza, M.D. 



John Clarke, M.D. 




Paul Rodigas, M.D. 



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Lewis Wetstein, M.D. 




Steven Berman, Ph.D. 



Frank Marlowe, M.D. 



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Harry Thomas, M.D. 



Kalind Bakshi, M.D. 



Anne Barnes, M.D. 





Diane Palladino, M.D. 



Ajit Sachdeva, M.D. 



Karim Nakhgevany, M.D. 




Prasanta Ray, D.Sc, Ph.D. 



Leon Clarke, M.D. 



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Emergency 
Medicine 





Steven Davidson, M.D. 



Barbara Griffith, M.D. 



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Richard Altreuter, M.D. 



Steven Halbert, M.D. 



Suzanne Repasky, M.D. 



Rebecca Anwar, Ph.D. 



William Burdick, M.D. 



Neurology 



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Rosalie Burns, M.D., Chairman 



Paul Schraeder, M.D. 



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Daniel Skubick, M.D. 



Jack Greenberg, M.D. 



Richard D'Addario, M.D. 





Alan Tessler, M.D. 



Michael Cohen, M.D. 



June Fry, M.D., Ph.D. 




Pratap Yagnik, M.D. 



Vasant Dhopesh, M.D. 



Navjeet Singh, M.D. 



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Jan Schneider, M.D., Chairman 



Deurward Hughes, M.D. 



Obstetrics 

& 
Gynecology 




Leonore Huppert, M.D. 



Terry Kriedman, M.D. 





Dorothy Barbo, M.D. 



Stephen Rubin, M.D. 



James Batts, Jr., M.D. 



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Theodore Hawkins, M.D. 





Martha Biemuller, M.D. 




Mary Gabrielson, M.D. 



Anne Pike, M.D. 



Bernard Eskin, M.D. 






Mary Loveland, M.D. 



Claro Floro, M.D. 



Joanna Connolly, M.D. 



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Warren Katz, M.D. 
Rheumatology, Chief 




Sandra Levison, M.D. Harry Gottlieb, M.D. 
Renal, Chief 



Nelson Wolf, M.D. 




Rosaline Joseph, M.D. 
Hematology — Oncology, Chief 



Jack Sobel, M.D. 



Martin Schimmel, M.D. 



Bernard Kirschbaum, M.D. 
Dermatology, Chief 



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Elias Abrutyn, M.D. 
Assistant Chairman 




Jerome Brody, M.D. 




Francis Sterling, M.D. 



Pedro Fernandez, M.D. 



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William Morrissey, M.D. 
Pulmonary, Chief 




Gaetano Capone, M.D. Louis Leo, M.D. Steven Peitzman, M.D. 




Sally Lane, M.D. 



Walter Rubin, M.D. 
Gastroenterology, Chief 



June Klinghoffer, M.D. 
Student Programs, Chief 



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Emmanuel Besa, M.D. 



Oksana Korzeniowski, M.D. 



Daniel Baker, M.D. 




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Mitchell Margolis, M.D. 



Nancy Pickering, M.D. 



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Michael Barrett, M.D. 



Jerome Boscia, M.D. 



Mary Dratman, M.D. 




Peter Kowey, M.D 



Clarence Martin, M.D. 



Matthew Smith, M.D. 



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Pediatrics 





Andre Lascari, M.D. 
Chairman 



Lawrence Brown, M.D. Muriel Kowlessar, M.D. 



Rita Scott, M.D. 




Lois Hammond, M.D 



Waldo Nelson, M.D. 



Jeanette Pleasure, M.D. 





Estelle Gold, M.D. 



Phyllis Marciano, M.D 



Linda Hiner, M.D. 



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Sonia Imaizumi, M.D. 



Alan Schindler, M.D., Ph.D 



Dental 
Medicine 



Barbara Steinberg, D.D.S. 



Barry Hendler. D.D.S. . M.D. 



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Psychiatry 





Wagner Bridger, M.D., Chairman Arthur Huntley, M.D. 




Martin Plutzer, M.D. 





Mary Ann Bartusis, M.D. 





William O'Brien, M.D. 




Louis Leaff, M.D. 




Dilip Ramchandani, M.D. 




Consuelo Gomez, M.D. 







O. Eugene Baum, M.D. 



Madge Bottinger Susan Ravreby, M.D. 



Frederick Mintzer, M.D. 



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Janet Kaye, Ph.D. 



Beverly Roth, M.D. 




Barbara Schindler, M.D. 






Thomas Newmark, M.D. 



Susan McLeer, M.D. 



Selma Kramer, M.D. 





Eileen Bazelon, M.D. 




Ann Marie Wolf. M.D. 



Joel Goldstein. M.D. 



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Radiology I 




Joel Swartz, M.D. 



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H. Esterbrook Longmaid, III, M.D. 



Robert Van Derslice, M.D. 



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In Memory of 

Judith Mausner, M.D, 



Judith Mausner was my close friend and colleague from the time I arrived at MCP in 
1971 until her death last November. We taught, investigated, and conducted 
departmental business together at that time. With our spouses we often spent time 
together at concerts and plays, in Chinese restaurants, birdwatching or even 
folkdancing, which Judith and Bernard and my wife did well, and 1, well, did. 

We admired Judith for her intelligence, her industry and her good common sense. We 
here at MCP were not alone in recognizing the value of her contributions. The 
publication of Mausner and Bahn's "Epidemiology: An Introductory Text" in 1974 and 
its widespread and continued acclaim was an expression of all these qualities. Judith 
was a member of or a consultant to many national and local committees and 
commissions as well as a Member of the National Board of Medical Examiners and 
Chairman of its Preventive Medicine and Public Health test writing committee. 

I thought I knew Judith Mausner well. Despite her declining health in the last two 
years I expected that she would complete work on the second edition of her text, wind 
up her research and leave everything neat and orderly, and she did. But I did not 
appreciate the modesty which may have been her most notable characteristic. It 
concealed so many of her good works and generous acts. Her only immodesty, which 
she would surely deplore, is evident in the void that she has left in the lives of her 
family, students, colleagues, and friends. 

Ira W. Gabrielson 



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Housestaff 





Well, Angel, for your next assignment . . . 



It's not a beeper, it's a vibrator! 



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Moving to Montana soon, Gonna be a dental 
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Underclassmen 

& Graduate Students 




MICROBIOLOGY/IMMUNOLOGY 




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Class Of '85 




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and then some people are into leather. 



. . but can you guess what I'm into?! 





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Billy Murphy's Saloon salutes the seniors! 




Billy Murphy 
Gus Ingas 
Kevin Berryman 



Bill Roscioli 
Bob Fisher 
Tom McLaughlin 



Leo Lynch 
Joan Livingston 
Bones (Elaine Lally) 



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Good Gums 



DeVita — He simply seduced a classroom. 




Matter over mind. 





Sure, I've put in a Foley before. 





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Gomer, Gomer, where art thou? 



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Mycosis Rubroides 




Tom Selig??? 



Manny, Mo, and Jack 




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Fess up, who contaminated the blood cultures? 



I can't believe they asked a 4th year student to do blood cultures. 





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"In the golden lightning 

Of the sunken sun, 
O'er which clouds are bright'ning, 

Thou dost float and run; 
Like an unbodied joy whose race is just begun" 

P.B. Shelley 



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Mommom with Mom 





Many thanks to all those who have given their 
love and support through the years. Special 
thanks to my family — my grandmother Sophia, 
my father Dr. Samuel, my mother Dr. Sondra, 
and by brother Dr. (almost) Jonathan — without 
whose love, understanding, encouragement, 
(and bank accounts) would have made this M.D. 
an impossibility. 





D.D.S. 



M.D. 



M.D. M.D.(tobe) 



Donald Andrew Abrams, M.D. 



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My mother started me with Dr. Seuss, 

In the world of books she turned me loose 

From primers to medical terminology, 

I read and read and explored who I'd be. 



For all my life I wanted to be a vet, 
And here I am with another pet - 

But paths of life are funny things, 
Now I'm doctoring human beings. 





My father taught me to stay alive, 
With 'dedication, desire and drive'. 

He also taught me the finer things — 

Which had to include improving my swings. 







'm grateful for the support of my feline friend, 
Numerous contributions are without end — 

couldn't have done it without Oedipuss, 
Who answered my phone and cleaned up my muss. 



Many thanks to my family, and friends, too 
Without them this task I could not do 

M.D. will now be after my name 

And none of our lives will ever be the same. 






Sandra V. Abramson, M.D 



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Charles Bailey Alpert, M.D. 



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Margretta Johnson Ameigh, M.D 



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Donna Lynn Antonucci, M.D. 



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Amy L. Apel 
M.D. 




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To my lovely wife Anita who stood by me 
and helped me make my dreams come true. 
Goodbye "HAMMER." 




David C. Armstrong, M.D. 



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Bluescape 



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Milton B. Benditt, M.D. 



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Elizabeth M. Benjevin, M.D. 



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Sandra Bielski 



Susan Bielski 



Mum finally made it! 



Joyce Marie Doonan, M.D. 



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On call for what? 





Here's looking at you, Bogart. 



House Calls, 1984: 





Up, 




Up, 



and YEAH! 






Muchisimas gracias a todos los que me han dado la fuerza para realizar este sueno: 
To my family & friends, thanks so much for your support, moral & otherwise ($). 

To MCP, a special thank you. 

To Mom, you deserve a medal. 

\nita Blackman Aisner, M.A., M.D 



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To my family and friends for 

their love and companionship, 
To my patients for teaching me 

compassion and medicine, 
And especially to Karen . . . 
Thank you. 

This achievement 

is as much yours 

as it is mine. 




Steven M. Bloom, M.D. 



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Trust in the Lord with all thine 
heart; and lean not unto thine 

own understanding. 

In all thy ways acknowledge 

him, and he shall direct thy 

paths. 

Proverbs 3:5,6 



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is more humanely related to a 
cat or dog than to any human 
being. 

— Thoreau 



Many thanks to my family for 
always being there. 







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You've got to have a plan. W.J.W. 



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Suzanne Wester Buckingham, M.D. 



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Paula Ruth Clemens, M.D. 



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"Hope" is the thing with feathers 
That perches in the soul 
And sings the tune without the words 
And never stops at all — 

And sweetest in the Gale is heard 
And sore must be the storm 
That could abash the little Bird 
That kept so many warm — 

I've heard it in the chillest land 
And on the strangest Sea 
Yet, never, in Extremity, 
It asked a crumb of Me. 

— Emily Dickinson 



Warren and Adele 



Pam and Larry 



Deepest thanks to my loving parents, 
my brothers Warren and Larry, my sis- 
ters Pam and Adele, and to Cindy for 
sharing my every hope and supporting 
me in countless, constant ways. 




Atop Champlain Mountain (Maine) 



Mitchell Joseph Cohen, M.D 



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Special thanks to my family for all the 
love and encouragement they have giv- 
en me throughout my life. 






Steven Jay Cohen, M.D. 






Thanks to my parents, 



my brother and sister 
(who supported me) 



Who would have 
guessed it? 



Special thanks to my 

professors and patients 

who taught me a lot. 




Jane D. Curtis, M.D 



102 





Another highway shot made famous by Ed 
and Steve. 




Inspirational to: Ernie, Carmen, Steve and myself. 



Michael A. Deringer, M.D. 



103 



So Long, Farewell; 




And We're Off! 



Edward G. DeVita, M.D. 



104 



Perhaps peace is not, after all, something you work for, 
or fight for . . . Peace is something you have or do not 
have. If you are yourself at peace, then there is at least 
some peace in the world. 

Thomas Merton 




No matter how marvelous our inventions, how productive 
our industries, how exquisitely automatic our machines, the 
whole process may be brought to a standstill by its failure fully 
to engage the human personality or serve its needs ... In short, 
we must do justice to the whole nature of humankind before we 
can make the most of our mechanical improvements. 

Lewis Mumford 



Mary D. Driesch, M.D. 



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Richard Dupuis, Jr., M.D. 



106 



Those that share in my Dreams, Love, and 
Laughter 




Sarah Jo Dusenberry, M.D. 



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Myra Jagendorf Elfvin, M.D. 



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Beatrice Claudia Engstrand, M.D. 



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Bruce Brody Feinberg, M.D. 



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Stephen Perry Fooskas, M.D. 



112 




Paul, Dave, John & Jeff 



Ellie & Stephie 



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To my parents whose love and support are never ending, and to the rest of my family 
and friends whose unequaled loyalty and encouragement have been a constant source of 

strength and inspiration. 



Sylvia Lee Foster, M.D 



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3 wheels 



4 wheels 



back to 2 wheels 




dedicate this page to my nephew, 
Nathaniel David McKnight 
and to my grandfathers, 
Luther Treece 

and 
W. Lester Fouse 





George William Fouse, 
Jr., M.D., Ph.D. 



114 




Cowboy, D.D.S. 



To Dad, who finally believes, and to Mom, for instilling in 
me that you can do anything you really want to, if you try 




Thanks to all my friends, especially Diane, Kerin, Sally and 
Steve, who have helped me laugh through life's little problems. 





"I would rather be ashes than dust. I would rather that 
my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than that 
it should be stilled by dry rot. I'd rather be a superb 
meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a 
sleepy and permanent planet. The proper function of 
man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in 
trying to prolong them. I shall use my time." 

J. London 



Deborah Anne Friedman, M.D. 



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Charmaine Frost, M.D 



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A special thank you to my family for their love and 
support and to Luis for his optimism and infinte 
encouragement. 



Susan Walton Gaylord, M.D. 



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My deepest appreciation to 
my wonderful wife, Kari, my 
companion and best friend, 
who has stood by me these 
four years. She has helped 
me keep all my priorities in 
perspective. 



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To my son, Andrew, born two months before I started 
medical school. Watching and helping him grow these 
four years has given me unbounded joy. He has taught 
me more than many books. 




For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord. They are plans for 
good and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. Jeremiah 29:11 



Timothy A. Gorman M.D 



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'The Grumer" — Age 3 








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Happy Halloween Birthday! 



Let each become all that he is capable of being 
Maine — Endwell Senior High School motto 



Many thanks to my parents, family, and friends who 
provided unending support throughout the years. 



Emily Edith Grum, M.D. 



119 




Over the past four years we've shared some 
outrageous, exciting, confusing and trying times. 
Throughout, your companionship and good 
humor has made them ones I truly enjoyed and 
will never forget. You made it more than just an 
education. 





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I thank my mother, father, and husband for their support. 
I thank my brothers and friends for being there. 



Sharon S. Haiken, M.D. 



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Bonnie L. Heyer, M.D. 



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Off to Lehigh 






Special thanks to my family and friends 
for their confidence, support, & love. 



Carl Franklin Hyder, M.D. 



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Lucinda 




John George Ivanoff, M.D. 



124 




Thanks, Warren and Lydia — my support 

in the past, my joy of today, and my hope 

for the future 

Elizabeth Anne Johnson, M.D. 



125 




I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference. 



Sheila Judge, M.D. 



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Allison Jill 



Lindsey Marie 



With special thanks to my parents for their continual 
support, to our children, Allison and Lindsey, for the joy 
they bring into our lives, and especially to my husband 
Ted for his love and understanding. 



Jill Anne Kastanek, M.D. 



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Many thanks 
to my parents 
for their 
continued 
support and 
inspiration, 
and to my 
wife Lynne for 
her patience, 
encourage- 
ment, and 
love. 






Larry Jay Kauffman, M.D 



128 




Dirge Without Music 

I am not resigned to the shutting away of loving hearts in 

the hard ground. 
So it is, and so it will be, for so it has been, time out of 

mind: 
Into the darkness they go, the wise and the lovely. 

Crowned with lillies and with laurel they go; but I am 

not resigned. 

Lovers and thinkers, into the earth with you. 

Be one with the dull, the indiscriminate dust. 

A fragment of what you felt, of what you knew, 

A formula, a phrase remains, — but the best is lost. 

The answers quick and keen, the honest look, the laugh- 
ter, the love, — 

They are gone. They are gone to feed the roses. Elegant 
and curled 

Is the blossom. Fragrant is the blossom. I know. But I do 
not approve. 

Most precious was the light in your eyes than all the roses 
in the world. 

Down, down, down into the darkness of the grave 

Gently they go, the beautiful, the tender, the kind; 

Quietly they go, the intelligent, the witty, the brave. 

I know. But I do not approve. And I am not resigned. 

Edna St. Vincent Millay 



Andrea Kay, M.D. 



129 




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To make a great dream come true, the first require- 
ment is a great capacity to dream; the second is persis- 
tence — faith in the dream. Author Unknown. 

Loving thanks to my family, friends, Uncle Ed 
and Tim for their insistence on persistence. 




Kathleen P. Kelly, M.D. 



130 





Howard A. Klions, M.D. 



131 




Andrew Scott Kimmel, M.D 



132 



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Deborah Mae Netsky, M.D. 



133 



Challenge the sea 
Ride the waves 
Sailing free 




Claudia tyvm Kpppclmm, ib\M 



134 




Anne E. Kosco, M.D 



135 









But you must try, 



Try and try, 



Try and try 



You can get it if you really want it. 




You'll succeed at last. 




Evan S. Kovalsky, M.D. 



136 



Medicine — the early years 




Buried in the books 



Introduction to physical exam 



The beginning of my coffee addiction 




Audrey Krall, M.D. 



137 




Marianne Kramer, M.D. 



138 




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Rachelle M. Lanciano, M.D. 



139 





Many times a day I realize how my own outer and 
inner life is built upon the labors of my fellow men, and 
how earnestly I must exert myself in order to give in 
return, as much as I have received and am still receiv- 
ing. 

— Albert Einstein 






Kenneth Frederick Langer, M.D. 



140 










Lisa Laurent, M.D. 



141 




Anna Marie Laychock, M.D 



142 






special thanks to my family 
for their love and support, to 
Marlene for listening, and to 
my friends for keeping me 
human 



E. Cindy Lendor, M.D. 



143 




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A. Keith Levinson, M.D. 



144 








OOps!!! 



There Goes 

Another 

Rubber Tree 

Plant 



Elaine R. Lewis, 
M.D. 



145 




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Steven E. Lichtenstein, M.D. 



146 




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Rosalia M. Lomeo, M.D. 






Thank You . . . 

Mom and Dad for your support and 

guidance 

Sarah and Chris for your friendship 

And Bob for your love 




Sharon Lee Lucanik, M.D 



148 




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'Tis the gift to be simple, 





Tis the gift to be free, 





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'Tis the gift to come down where you ought to be, 




And when you find yourself in the place just right, 



'Twill be in the valley of love and delight. 



Doris Makari, M.D. 





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Christina M. Marchioni, M.D. 



150 






Margaret Ellen Matthews, M.D. 



151 





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Raymond J. McFadden, M.D. 



152 








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Christopher M. McMackin, M.D. 



153 












Paul A. Melnick, M.D. 










Many thanks to my family and friends, 
and most of all to Joel. 





Life passes like a flash of lightning 
Whose blaze barely lasts long enough to see. 
While the earth and the sky stand still forever 
How swiftly changing time flies across man's face. 
O you who sit over your full cup and do not drink, 
Tell me whom you are waiting for? 

— Li Po 
If one advances confidently in the direction of his 
dreams and endeavors to live the life he has imagined, 
he will meet with a success unexpected in the common 
hours. 

— H. D. Thoreau 





Michele I. Morris, M.D. 



155 





Thanks to my family 
for refreshing me 
periodically with phone 
calls, letters, and visits. 
Thanks to Mom and Dad 
for indulging my frequent 
escapes to that sunny San 
Diego haven. To my 
husband, Rich, thank you 
for supporting me through 
my day to day de- 
compensations. 

Ready for internships . . .? 



There is this difference be- 
tween happiness and wisdom: 
he that thinks himself the hap- 
piest man, really is so; but he 
that thinks himself the wisest 
is generally the greatest fool. 

C.C. Colton 




Kathleen Moser, M.D. 



156 









Florence Moses, M.D. 




Medical School Is 



DISCIPLINE 





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Harvey A. Mossman, M.D. 



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THANK-YOU 






Karen Keiko Murata, M.D. 



Thanks to my parents, familly, and friends for 

their love and support through my good and 

bad times. 





Christine M. Obermesser M.D. 



160 




Alexander Onopchenko, M.D. 









Ann Elizabeth Ortmeyer, M.D. 



162 






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Just a note of thanks to Mom and Dad, Aunt Mary, Peggy and Lex. and to my 
MCP support group — Deborah, Paul, Carole, Deb, Ken, Emily, Kerin, and of 
course, Mark. A special thanks to my Dad who instilled in all of us a sense of pride. 



Diane Pappas, M.D. 



THE MAKING OF A MCP DOCTOR: 



(with sincerest apologies to all my teachers) 




2. TEACH HER PATH, MICRO, ICLM AND PHARM WITH 
A SMILE 





1. TAKE A YOUTHFUL BRYN MAWR GRAD 




4. PRESTO: A M.D. MCP STYLE! 



3. REMEMBER TO GIVE HER SIX 
WEEKS OF VACATION JU- 
NIOR YEAR BETWEEN THIRD 
AND FOURTH BLOCKS 



Claudia Sarah Plottel, M.D 



164 





PENNSYLVANIA*^** 

QUAHOG 

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Deborah Marum Pressman, M.D. 



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To my parents, 




Future orchestra conductor? 




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Miriam, Phil, and Lois, 



and all my relatives and friends: My love 
and deepest thanks for all your support, 
encouragement, and treasured friendship. 




Lumberjack? 



Daniel James Rader, M.D. 



166 







Richard Brian Rafal, M.D. 



167 










To my mother and father 

for their infinite 

encouragement, 

unselfishness, 

and love. 



To Rachelle 

for coming into my life 

and filling it 

with love. 



To God 

for blessing me 

with so much. 




Ernest J. Ricco, D.M.D., M.D. 



168 





James R. Rigas, M.D 



169 




William J. Robertello, M.D. 



170 




In gratitude and with all my love 
to my parents, family, and friends 
for the inspiration, support, and 
for giving me the good sense to 
recognize the important things in 
life . . . 





Studying for Genetics 





From Jerusalem to the Dead Sea 



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.—.___ 



Highlights of the first two years: 
attending a lecture 



A theme proportion'd to 
my strength I choose; 
A child's the subject of 
my humble muse. 




Alan I. Rosenblatt, M.D. 



171 




Hemant Sabharwal, M.D 



172 







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"It is essential that the student acquire an 
understanding of and a lively feeling for values. He 
must acquire a vivid sense of the beautiful and of the 
morally good. Otherwise he — with his specialized 
knowledge — more closely resembles a well-trained 
dog than a harmoniously developed person." 
Albert Eistein 




Jonathan R. Sachs, M.D. 



173 








Allen Jeffrey Samuels, M.D 



174 






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Lawrence Jay Scharf, M.D. 



175 




Both the man of science and 

the man of art live at the 
Edge of mystery, surrounded 

by it, both always, as the 
Measure of their creation 

have to do with the harmonization 
Of what is new with what is 

familiar, with the balance 
Between novelty and synthesis, 

with the struggle to make 
Partial order out of total chaos. 

— Oppenheim 





"Great Spirits have always 
encountered violent opposition 
from mediocre minds." 
— Albert Einstein 




Mary E. Schmidt, M.D. 



176 



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Gabrielle Schoeppner, M.D. 



177 





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With special thanks to my family and 
friends; especially to my parents, for 
the love and encouragement that got me 
here, and to my wife Carol, for the love 
and understanding that allowed me to finish. 






Stephen L. Segrave-Daly, M.D 



178 













Sarah Beth Shinn, M.D. 



179 




J. Michael Simon, M.D. 



180 






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My object in living is to unite 
My avocation and my vocation 
As my two eyes make one in sight. 
Only where love and need are one, 
And the work is play for mortal stakes, 
Is the deed ever really done 
For Heaven and the future's sakes. 
— Robert Frost 




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Alice Elizabeth Slippey, M.D. 



181 




Janice M. Smiell, M.D. 



182 










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Judy Lynn Smith, M.D. 



183 




Monica E. Smith, M.D 



184 




Change . . . Alteration, transformation of things as they are into things as 
they should be. A natural succession as day to night, life to death, freshman 
anxiety to senior apathy. Growing ... to become more open, fuller ... a 
better person. More acute, more alive, more aware ... of change. Thank 
you to friends and family for your support and love. 

Diane M. Sober, 
M.D. 




185 




Peter Cornell Stitch, M.D 



186 




Soft Shell Crab 



To mom and dad for love and encouragement 

To Necie/Jackie/Barbara/Michael for being the best 

family 

To Allison my enantiomer and "the only woman" 

To Joey who never has to change his tune 

To Sam "... until I loved I never lived — enough" 

To Michael who came back to be my friend again 



. . . but one thing I 
know, the only ones 
among you who will be 
really happy are those 
who have sought and 
found how to serve. 
Albert Schweitzer 



Carole A. Subotich, M.D. 



187 










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188 




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189 



To my mother, who has been 
my inspiration and support. 





Louise Mary Puglise, M.D. 
WMC, Class of 1938 





And to my daughter, Sabrina, who is a 
constant source of love and joy and without 
whom I could not imagine my life. 



Louise Tubio Cid, M.D. 



190 






David Scott Udis, M.D. 



191 




Ina M. Van Hest, M.D. 



192 




Thanks to my family 
for believing in me 

so I could believe 
in myself . . . 




Thanks to my friends 

for always being there 

to share the good times 

and the bad. 






Vinita E. Verghese, M.D. 



193 



Denise A. 
Verleur, M.D. 




194 




Carmine Volpe, M.D. 



195 





Thank you to my family, friends and most of all to my wife, 
Bobbi, for your love and support. I couldn't have done it 
without you! 




William E. Williams III, M.D. 



196 




Karen Winter, M.D. 



197 




Jeffrey Scott Wiseman, M.D. 



198 





Michael Elliott Wolff, M.D. 



199 




Lawrence Marc Yore, M.D 



200 




I dedicate this page to the memory of my loving 
father. 

All my love and thanks to my mother, sister, and 
brothers for all their love, support and 
encouragement. 

Special thanks to the faculte, MCP, Dr's Hartman 
and Leifooghe. 




Heripsime Ohanian, M.D., Ph.D. 



201 



Class of 1984 Housestaff 
Appointments 



Cynthia Kurke Aaron 
EMER. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Donald Andrew Abrams 

INT. MED. - Bryn Mawr Hosp. 

Bryn Mawr, PA 

OPTH. - Sinai Hosp. of Baltimore 

Baltimore, MD 

Sandra Vicki Abramson 
INT. MED. - Lankenau Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Anita Blackman Aisner 
INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Charles Bailey Alpert 

PHY. MED. & REHAB. - Moss Rehabilitation Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Margretta Johnson Ameigh 

FAM. PRAC. - Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 

Hershey, PA 

Donna Lynn Antonucci 
PED. - Hahnemann U. Hosp. 
Phila. , PA 

Amy Louise Apel 

PED. - Rhode Island Hosp. 

Providence, RI 

David Craig Armstrong 

SURG. - Naval Regional Medical Center 

Bethesda, MD 

Alan R. Aspinall 

FAM. PRAC. - Forbes Health System 

Monroeville, PA 

Milton Barry Benditt 

ANES. - University Hosp. & Clinics 

Madison, WI 

Elizabeth M. Benjevin 

FAM. PRAC. - U. of TX Medical School - Houston 

Houston, TX 

Steven Mark Bloom 

INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

OPTH. - Tufts U. Affiliated Hosp. 

Boston, MA 

Susan M. Brown 

PATH. - Randolph Air Force Base Medical Center 

San Antonio, TX 

Suzanne W. Buckingham 

OB./GYN. - Thomas Jefferson U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 



Christina Marina Marchioni Christiansen 
FAM. PRAC. - Montgomery Hosp. 
Norristown, PA 

Paula Ruth Clemens 

INT. MED. - Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 

Hanover, NH 

NEURO. - Same 

Joseph Horace Cohen III 

INT. MED. - Baylor College of Medicine Affiliated Hosp. 

Houston, TX 

Mitchell Joseph Cohen 
PSYCH. - Johns Hopkins Hosp. 
Baltimore, MD 

Steven Jay Cohen 

INT. MED. - U. Health Center - Pittsburgh 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Jane Diana Curtis 

INT. MED. - U. of CA - Irvine Affiliated Hosp. 

Orange, CA 

Michael A. Deringer 

INT. MED. - South Baltimore General Hosp. 

Baltimore, MD 

ANES. - U. of Maryland 

Baltimore, MD 

Edward Gregory DeVita 

INT. MED. - Bryn Mawr Hosp. 

Bryn Mawr, PA 

Joyce Marie Doonan 

ANES. - Medical College of VA 

Richmond, VA 

Mary D. Driesch 

FAM. PRAC. - Overlook Hosp. 

Summit, NJ 

Richard Dupuis, Jr. 
INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila. , PA 

Sarah Jo Dusenberry 
EMER. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Myra Elfvin 
PSYCH. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Beth Ellers 

PED. - Rhode Island Hosp. 

Providence, RI 

Beatrice Claudia Engstrand 

INT. MED. - North Shore U. Hosp. 

Manhasset, NY 

NEURO. - Cornell Cooperating Hosp. 

New York, NY 



202 



Class of 1984 Housestaff 
Appointments 



Bruce Brody Feinberg 

OB./GYN. - Medical College of VA 

Richmond , VA 

Stephen Perry Fooskas 

INT. MED. - Allentown Affiliated Hosp. 

Allentown, PA 

Sylvia Lee Foster 
PSYCH. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

George William Fouse, Jr. 

EMER. MED. - St. Vincent Hosp. & Medical Center 

Toledo, OH 

Deborah Anne Friedman 

INT. MED. - Abington Memorial Hosp. 

Abington, PA 

Charmaine Laura Frost 
PATH. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Susan Walton Gaylord 

OB./GYN. - U. of South FL Affiliated Hosp. 

Tampa , FL 

Timothy A. Gorman 

FAM. PRAC. - St. Vincent's Health Center 

Erie, PA 

Emily Edith Grum 

INT. MED. - Hahnemann U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Ira Gubernick 

ORTHO. SURG. - WV Univ. Hosp. 

Morgantown, WV 

Sharon S. Haiken 

INT. MED. - Abington Memorial Hosp. 

Abington, PA 

Carl Franklin Hyder 

INT. MED. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

John George Ivanoff 
INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Elizabeth Anne Johnson 
INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Sheila Judge 
PSYCH. - PA Hosp. 
Phila., PA 



Jill Anne Kastanek 
TRANS. - Mercy Hosp. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
ANES. - Same 

Larry Jay Kaufman 

OB./GYN. - Thomas Jefferson U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Andrea 0. M. Kay 

INT. MED. - Mayo Graduate School of Medicine 

Rochester, MN 

Kathleen P. Kelly 
EMER. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Andrew Scott Kimmel 

INT. MED. - Hahnemann U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

OPTH. - NY Medical College 

New York, NY 

Howard Allan Klions 

INT. MED. - SUNY - Upstate Medical Center 

Syracuse, NY 

Claudia Lynn Koppelman 

INT. MED. - Baystate Medical Center 

Springfield, MA 

Anne E. Kosco 

INT. MED. - PA Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Evan Scott Kovalsky 
SURG. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Audrey Krall 

OB./GYN. - Johns Hopkins Hosp. 

Baltimore, MD 

Marianne Louise Kramer 

TRANS. - Reading Hosp. & Medical Center 

Reading, PA 

Rachelle M. Lanciano 

INT. MED. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

RAD. THER. - HUP 

Phila., PA 

Kenneth Frederick Langer 

SURG. - Presbyterian-U. of PA Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

UROL. - GW Univ. Hosp. 

Washington, D.C. 

Elisa A. Laurent 

TRANS. - Chestnut Hill- Jefferson Hsop. 

Phila, PA 

RAD. - U. of TX at Houston 

Houston, TX 



203 



Class of 1984 Housestaff 
Appointments 



Anna Marie Laychock 

RAD. - Milton S. Hershey Medical Center 

Hershey, PA 

E. Cindy Lendor 

OB./GYN. - Temple U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

A. Keith Levinson 

SURG. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

UROL. - Beth Israel Medical Center 

New York, NY 

Elaine Renee Lewis 

INT. MED. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila, PA 

RAD. - Reading Hosp. & Medical Center 

Reading, PA 

Steven Lichtenstein 

GEN. SURG. - U. of Minnesota Hosp. 

Minneapolis, MN 

Rosalia Marie Lomeo 

INT. MED. - University Hosp. 

Lexington, KY 

Sharon Lee Lucanik 
INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Doris Angelina Makari 

FAM. PRAC. - Medical Center Hosp. 

Charleston, SC 

Margaret Ellen Matthews 

FAM. PRAC. - Central Maine Medical Center 

Lewis ton, ME 

Raymond Joseph McFadden 

FAM. PRAC. - Chestnut Hill Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Christopher Mullany McMackin 

INT. MED. - Washington Hosp. Center 

Washington, D.C. 

Paul Aaron Melnick 

INT. MED. - Cooper Medical Center 

Camden , NJ 

NEURO. - Temple U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Michele Ilene Morris 

INT. MED. - Thomas Jefferson U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Kathleen Sheryl Moser 
INT. MED. - U. of MA Hosp. 
Fitchburg, MA 

Florence J. Moses 

INT. MED. - Hahnemann U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 



Harvey Arthur Mossman 
INT. MED. - Nassau Hosp. 
Mineola, NY 

Karen Keiko Murata 

INT. MED. - Loma Linda U. Hosp. 

Loma Linda, CA 

Deborah Mae Netsky 

SURG. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

Christine Madeleine Obermesser 
SURG. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila. , PA 

Alexander Onopchenko 

SURG. - UMDNJ - NJ Medical School 

Piscataway, NJ 

Ann Elizabeth Ortmeyer 

INT. MED. - U. of CA (Davis) Affiliated Hosp. 

Sacramento, CA 

Diane Pappas 

INT. MED. - Greater Baltimore Medical Center 

Baltimore, MD 

RAD. - U. of Maryland 

Baltimore, MD 

Claudia Sarah Plottel 

INT. MED. - NYU Medical Center 

New York, NY 

Deborah Marum Pressman 
INT. MED. - Graduate Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Daniel J. Rader 

INT. MED. - Yale-New Haven Medical Center 

New Haven, CT 

Richard Brian Rafal 
RAD. - Lenox Hill Hosp. 
New York, NY 

Ernest John Ricco 

INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

ANES. - Thomas Jefferson U. Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

James Ralph Rigas 

INT. MED. - Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 

Hanover, NH 

William J. Robertello 

RAD. ONC. - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 

New York, NY 

Alan Israel Rosenblatt 
PED. - Children's Hosp. 
Washington, D.C. 



204 



Class of 1984 Housestaff 
Appointments 



Hemant Sabharwal 

SURG. - Lincoln Medical Center 

New York, NY 

Jonathan Richard Sachs 
INT. MED. - Temple U. Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Allen J. Samuels 

INT. MED. - Montefiore Hosp. 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Lawrence Jay Scharf 

TRANS. - Baylor College of Medicine Affiliated Hosp. 

Houston, TX 

RAD. THER. - Same 

Mary Elizabeth Schmidt 

MED./PED. - Albany Medical Center Hosp. 

Albany, NY 

Gabrielle Schoeppner 

INT. MED. - Metropolitan Hosp. Center 

New York, NY 

OPTH. - Long Island Jewish Hosp. 

New Hyde Park, NY 

Stephen Lawrence Segrave-Daly 
OB./GYN. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Sarah Beth Shinn 

INT. MED. - Cincinnati General Hosp. 

Cincinnati, OH 

J. Michael Simon 

ANES. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

Alice Elizabeth Slippey 

FAM. PRAC. - Lancaster General Hosp. 

Lancaster, PA 

Janice M. Smiell 
SURG. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Judy Lynn Smith 

GEN. SURG. - Hartford Hosp. 

Hartford, CT 

Monica E. Smith 

INT. MED. - MCP Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Diane M. Sober 

OB./GYN. - Allegheny General Hosp. 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Peter Cornell Stitch 

INT. MED. - Los Angeles County - USC Medical Center 

Los Angeles, CA 



Carole A. Subotich 

PED. - Sinai Hosp. of Baltimore 

Baltimore, MD 

Andrea Carla Taroli 

PED. - U. of Michigan Hosp. 

Ann Arbor, MI 

Louise Benvenuto Tubio-Cid 

INT. MED. - Long Island College Hosp. 

Brooklyn, NY 

OPTH. - Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens 

New York, NY 

David Scott Udis 

INT. MED. - Abington Memorial Hosp. 

Abington, PA 

RAD. - MCP Hosp. 

Phila., PA 

Ina Van Hest 

GEN. SURG. - Kern Medical Center 

Bakersfield, CA 

Vinita E. Verghese 

INT. MED. - Allentown Affiliated Hosp. 

Allentown, PA 

Denise Anne Verleur 

OB./GYN. - Medical Center Hosp. of VT 

Burlington, VT 

Carmine Michael Volpe 
SURG. - HUP 
Phila., PA 

William Edwin Williams III 
FAM. PRAC. - Montgomery Hosp. 
Norristown, PA 

Karen L. Winter 

SURG. - Naval Regional Medical Center 

Oakland, CA 

ENT - Same 

Jeffrey Scott Wiseman 
GEN. SURG. - MCP Hosp. 
Phila., PA 

Michael Elliott Wolff 
ANES. - NYU Medical Center 
New YOrk, NY 

Bret Steven Yarczower 

PED. - U. of Michigan Hosp. 

Ann Arbor , MI 

Lawrence Marc Yore 

SURG. - Albert Einstein Medical Center 

Phila., PA 

UROL. - Eastern VA Graduate School of Medicine Affil. Hosp. 

Norfolk, VA 



205 



Honored Patrons 



Sariel G. G. Ablaza, M.D., 

& Associates 
Drs. Samuel & Sondra Abrams 
Donna & Alfred Abramson 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Aisner 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Antonucci 
Marilyn H. Appel, Ed.D. 
Harriet M. Arey 
Dorothy M. Barbo, M.D. 
Anne U. Barnes, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. James G. Bassett 
Dr. & Mrs. James A. Batts, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Benjevin 
Martha L Biemuller, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. William Bloom 
Anna M. Brady, M.D. 
Susan Higley Bray, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd W. Brown 
Laurence T. Browne, M.D. & 

Vera Malisoff, M.D. 
Elaine M. Bunick, M.D. 
Bryan Carducci, M.D., '81 
David & Carol Clemens 
Maurice C. Clifford, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen, Jr. 
Donald R. Cooper, M.D. 
Barbara Dampog, M.D. 
Mary Anne Delaney, M.D. 
Frederick, D. DeMartinis 
Carla, Patrice, & Greg DeVita 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. DeVita 
Drs. Mary & Sandeep Dhand 
Marie A. DiBerardino, Ph.D. 
Helen O. Dickens 
Mary B. Dratman, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Dusenberry 
Howard L. Elefant, M.D. & 

Donald H. Lieberman, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Engstrand 
Gerald H. Escovitz, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Fanelli 
Dr. Marion Fay 

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Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Feinberg 
Edward C. Fetherolf, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. James Fooskas 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Foster 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Frazier 
Dr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Friedman 
Mr. Saul & Dr. Jacqueline E. Frost 
June M. Fry, Ph.D., M.D. 
Ralph C. Gallo, M.D. 
Albert L. Gaskins, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. James F. Gaylord 
Stephen Gazak, M.D. 
Leonard S. Girsh, M.D. 
Marlene Goodhart 
Eli Goodman, M.D. 
Coral Gordon, M.D. 
Harry Gottlieb, M.D. & 

Martin Schimmel, M.D. 
Harriet S. Gross, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. Glenn E. Hamme 
Lois Hammond, M.D. 
Drs. John & Mary Ellen Hartman 
Barry H. Hendler, D.D.S., M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Heyer 
Sunwha Hong, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ivanoff 
Athole G. McNeil Jacobi, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Judge 
Lester Karafin, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kastanek 
Julian Katz, M.D. 
Samuel & Elaine Kaufman 
Manjeet Kaur, M.D. & 

Surender Singh, M.D. 
Joan Kedziora, M.D. 
Mrs. William P. Kelly 
June F. Klinghoffer, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert L. Klions 
Muriel Kowlessar, M.D. 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward G. Krall 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Kramer 
Theodore B. Krouse, M.D. 



Honored Patrons 



In Memory of Elizabeth D. 

Labovitz, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony S. Lanciano 
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert Langer 
Andre D. Lascari, M.D. 
Mrs. Mary Laychock 
Harvey B. Lefton, M.D. 
Douglas F. & Patricia P. Levinson 
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert S. Levinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Lichtenstein 
William A. Lista, M.D. 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Lomeo 
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Magness & Family 
Dr. & Mrs. Jack G. Makari 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Marchioni 
Phyllis Marciano, M.D. 
J.B. Marsh 

Maureen Martin, M.D. 
C. Dixon Matthews 
Judith Mausner 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. McMackin 
Mrs. Emily M. Mitchell 
Moore Library Staff 
Dr. William L. Morrissey 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Moser 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Moses 
Mr. & Mrs. Mort Mossman 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Murata 
Rose & Leon Netsky 
Mr. & Mrs. C.F. Obermesser 
Clifton A. Ogburn 
Dr. & Mrs. Donald W. Ortmeyer 
Mrs. Helen Pappas 
Janet A. Parker, M.D. 
Charlotte & Steven Peitzman 
Maxwell & Shirley Pevar 
Nancy J. Pickering, M.D. 
Anne H. Pike, M.D. 
Sonja Stahl Pinsky, M.D. 
Jeanine & Roland Plottel 
Martin Plutzer, M.D. 
George L. Popky, M.D. 



Paul L. Ravetz, M.D. 

Constance G. & William Y. Rial, M.D. 

Mr. & Mrs. Julio Ricco 

Constantine J. Rigas 

Mr. & Mrs. William Robertello 

Leonard L. Ross 

Stephen C. Rubin, M.D. 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Samuels 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Scharf 

Barbara A. Schindler, M.D. 

Barbara A. Schlager, M.D. 

Doris M. Schmidt 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Schoenholtz 

Ursula L. Seinige, M.D. 

Dr. & Mrs. William B. Sembrot 

Paul D. Siegel, M.D., P.C. 

Mrs. Louise M. Simon 

Mary M. Slippey 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Smiell 

John H. Sorenson 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Stuart 

Mary E. Subotich 

Joan Sulewski, M.D. 

Drs. Alton & Mona Sutnick 

Loring E. Sylvester, M.D. 

Harry L. Thomas, M.D. 

Mrs. Lucile M. Tindell 

C. Howard Tseng, M.D., Ph.D. 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis B. Udis 

Rev. & Mrs. Mathew Verghese 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Wester 

Laura Williams, M.D. 

W.E. Williams, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clyde A. Winter, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Owen Wolff & Cheryl Wolff 

Robert J. Wolfson, M.D., 

Frank I. Marlowe, M.D., and 

Steven E. Ladenheim, M.D. 

Margaret Gray Wood, M.D. 

Julius & Rebecca Yore 

Mary Economos 



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Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 



to the Class of 1984 



Division of Neurosurgery 



Warren Goldman, M.D., Chief 
William F. Bouzarth, M.D. 
Leon Gilner, M.D. 



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of Pharmacology 

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Staying Healthy 



Staying Healthy is more than 
not getting ill or prolonging life. 
It is enjoying life, a way of 
living, improving one's physical, 
spiritual, and emotional well- 
being. 




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All The Best 
in 1984 

Department of Psychiatry 




The MCP 
Bookstore 
•3300 Henry Ave 
Phila., Pa 19129 
(215)842-6353 



Hours 
Mon — Fri 
10:30 — 5:00 PM 
Wed Nites 
Til 6:00 PM 




CONGRATULATIONS!!! 

YOU DID IT! 

Hope your first year 
is a good one! 

Joanne M. Donnally 
Bookstore Manager 



Best of Luck to the Class of 1984. 

Jack Greenberg, M.D. 

Richard D'Addario, M.D. 

Daniel Skubick, M.D. 

Gizell Rossetti, M.D. 



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Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

To the Graduating Class 

from the 
Department of Surgery 




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Biochemistry 





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Congratulations to 

the Class of 1984 

We warmly welcome you 

into active membership 

and extend our best 

wishes for your 
continued success. 



The Alumnae/i 
Association of The 
Woman's Medical 

College of 

Pennsylvania/aThe 

Medical College of 

Pennsylvania 




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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF '84 

PHILADELPHIA 

GERIATRIC 

CENTER 

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the nation's leaders in geriatric care, ecuca- 
tion, training, and research. 
Together with the Medical College of Penn- 
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vision of Geriatric Medicine. PGC offers ro- 
tations and residencies in Geriatric Medi- 
cine. 

PHILADELPHIA 

GERIATRIC 

CENTER 

5301 Old York Road, Phila., PA. 19141 



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best wishes 

to the Class 

of 1984 

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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1984. 
Especially to . . . 
Our Mom! 




Allison Jill 



Lindsey Marie 




To those of you who had 

the opportunity to be a part 

of the Allentown Affiliated 

Hospitals . . . best wishes in 

your future endeavors! 



Steven Cohen 
Karen Murata 
Jeff Wiseman 



Lehigh Valley Hospital Center 

1200 South Cedar Crest Boulevard • Allentown, PA . 18105 

The Allentown Hospital 

17th & Chew Streets • Allentown, PA • 18102 
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3EST 

WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OE 84 




DEPARTMENT OE 
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Congratulations and 

Best Wishes to 

the Class of 1984 

From the Medical Staff 

of 
Frankford Hospital 




ZAKES CAKES 

East Falls 

3572 Indian Queen Lane 

East Falls, Phila., PA 

(215) 843-1850 

Wed. - Thurs. - Fri. - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Sat. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Sun. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Chestnut Hill Farmer's Market 

8229 Germantown Avenue 

Phila., PA 

(215) 247 2337 

Thurs. and Friday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Sat. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

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Croissants • Cakes - Tarts 



The Health Maintenance Organization of Pennsylvania 
Congratulates and Wishes the Graduating Class of 1984 



□HMO 
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a very successful career 
in the medical profession 



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1984 latrian Staff 



Editors 



Paula R. Clemens 
Deborah A. Friedman 
# Alice E. Slippey 



Photography Staff: 

Charles Alpert 
Alan Aspinall 
Paula Clemens 
Beth Ellers 
Deborah Friedman 
Sheila Judge 
Catherine Lenich 
Leslie Lipka 
Ron Melendez 
Michele Morris 
Deborah Pressman 
Hemant Sabharwal 
Alice Slippey 



Layout Staff: 



Special Thanks to: 



David Armstrong 
Alan Aspinall 
Anita Blackman 
Paula Clemens 
Deborah Friedman 
Susan Gaylord 
Sharon Haiken 
Sheila Judge 
Kathleen Kelly 
Marianne Kramer 
Rachelle Lanciano 
Elaine Lewis 
Leslie Lipka 
Christina Marchioni 
Ernest Ricco 
Alice Slippey 
Judy Smith 
Monica Smith 



Finances: 

Donald Abrams 
Ira Gubernick 
Paul Melnick 

Artwork: 

Cynthia Aaron 
Sheila Judge 
Deborah Netsky 

Typing: 

Emily Grum 



Richard Dupuis, Ira Gubernick, Stephen Segrave-Daly, Andi Taroli. Bret Yarczower, and Lawrence Yore whose 
wit and quick thoughts created captions we will never forget. 



Freshmen: 

Jenny Abraham 
Andrew Marlowe 
Marc Rouner 
Sarah Swider 



Sophomores: 

Lindsey Cole 
Irene Darocha 



Juniors: 



Special Thanks to: 

— Robert P. Davine and the Herff-Jones Staff for their patience and helping hands. 

— Merin Studios for the great job on Senior portraits and prints covering these pages. 

— June Shreiner for her persuasiveness and help. 

— Marie Hartman for handling yearbook sales. 

— Department of Public Relations for use of their files. 



Charles Bryz-Gornia 
Cas Cader 
Joanna Costello 
Stephen Goldman 
Sean Hennon 
Denise Shusterman 
Daniel Wohl 



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the OACb op hippocnxoe,s 

T do solemnly swear 
5v that which I hold most 5acrot 
Cnat I wiCl 6c Loyal to the pro|ts^ton of medicine 
mi just and generous to Its numbers. 

Chat I will Uad mv 
AjuC practice rny art 
lit uprightness and ' 

that into whatever home I shall enter 

It shall be for the good of the sicHn. and the well to the 

utmost o£ my power 
kind that I will hold aloctf from wrong 
Aind £rom corruption and -from the tempting of other* to Vice- 
Chat I will exercise my art « 

Solely i!or the cure of my prtknts end the prevention of disease 
A.nd will give no drug ana perform no operation for a 

criminal purpose 
And far less suggest such thing. 

that whatsoever 1 shall sec or hear of the lives of man 
Which is not fitting to be spoto&i 
I will k<&P inviolably secret. 

\se thinos 1 do promise 
in proportion as I am faithful to this osth 
happiness and good repute be ever mine, 
opposite if 1 °5hall ve foresworn, 




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